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[movies]Farmers' Market - Chris Carlsson
Heart of the City Farmers' Market in UN Plaza, San Francisco
Keywords: Farmers' Market; UN Plaza; Civic Center
Downloads: 1,218 1.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[movies]SF Food Not Bombs Police Crackdown 1994 - San Francisco Food Not Bombs
Police crack down on food not bombs in the summer of 1994
Keywords: food not bombs; san francisco; police; civic center; sf; sffnb
Downloads: 65
[texts]A civic centre for Fremont, California - Cannady, William Tillman
Thesis (Bachelor of Architecture)--University of California, Berkeley
Keywords: Civic centers -- California Fremont; Fremont (Calif.) -- Civic Center
Downloads: 298
[texts]The Civic Center : a development program (Volume 1987) - San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning
On cover: Civic Center proposal, Dianne Feinstein, mayor, November 1987
Keywords: San Francisco Civic Center; City planning; Civic centers
Downloads: 76
[movies]Gulf War protests - Paper Tiger TV West
scenes from demonstrations against the 1991 Gulf War in San Francisco.
Keywords: Gulf War I991; civic center; anti-war protests
Downloads: 4,761 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[texts]An introductory plan for the Civic Center : a preliminary plan indicating a possible form for future expansion of the Civic Center of San Francisco - Keilty, James
Cover title
Keywords: San Francisco Civic Center; City planning; Civic centers
Downloads: 64
[texts]1980 Gay Freedom Day Program ( San Francisco) - Dennis Brumm
Official program guide to the 1980 San Francisco Gay Freedom Day parade and celebration, listing events of the day, local resources for gay and lesbian people, and with ads of the sponsors and advertisers of the event. The 1980 celebration's theme was "Liberty and Justice for All."
Keywords: gay; lesbian; 1980; Gay Freedom Day; parade; celebration; San Francisco; California; Market Street; Civic Center
Downloads: 71
[etree]Furthur Live at Bill Graham Civic Center on 2012-12-31 - Furthur
furthur 12-31-2012/01-01-2013 bill graham civic center sf, ca source: schoeps mk41 (din, 12', center @front sbd) > kc5 > cmc6 > sd744t (24/96) > audacity (fades, amplify, tracks, flac) > flac24 taper notes: missed countdown(see tech notes below) sorry; it's 2013 if you need to know. bob started sunshine daydream right after s. mag, then he remembered the plan (i guess) and they played it later... recorded/transferred/uploaded: david barfield downsampled, fixed and tagged by J.A.T...
Keywords: david barfield; schoeps mk41; furthur; acesbacktoback; bob weir; phil lesh; bill graham civic center
Downloads: 2,444 4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars4.50 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]New York City Visions / A "Blood Marsh: Krackoon2" Casting Call - Herb Malsman
New York City Visions...A "Blood Marsh: Krackoon 2," casting call. On this chilling episode of New York City Visions...Herb Malsman, is in the house, in the Bronx, at the Locust Point Civic Center, where 'Amuck Duck Film's' Jerry Landi and, Anthony DeBellis are 'casting' their follow-up to their (absolutely, positively not! for the squeamish!) cult classic horror film..."Krackoon." http://www.nixbros.com/archives/180 "Visions/New York City Visions..." can now be found @ http://www.youtube.com/us...
Keywords: krackoon; krackoon2; krackoon 2; krackoon two; jerry landi; anthony debellis; the bronx; locust point civic center; new york city visions; visions; herb malsman; squeamish; amuck duck films
Downloads: 23
[movies]the_DEAD_NYEEve_NYEve_setlists.rtf AND turtle video - gr8flwlf@yahoo.com
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, 12/30/2008 - 12/31/2008 - 1/1/2009 an ACCURATE set list from someone WHO WAS THERE in the FRONT ROW!!!!!!!! To see just how close I was, check out the short video I took with my cell phone... Stuff starts happening at time 3:38 in the video... "OMG!!! IT'S A GIANT FU*#*!NG TURTLE!!" is my voice... WOW!! one of THE TOP THREE SHOWS I have ever seen in 25 years!! SMOKIN!!!
Keywords: the dead; new years eve; San Francisco Civic Center; Bill Graham Civic Auditorium; TURTLE; 12/30/2008; 12/31/2008; 1/1/2009
Downloads: 26
[movies]Chief Lansdowne in candid interview during raid on Occupy San Diego on 10/14 - southbayorganiccoop
In a candid interview, while SDPD officers used 'pain compliance' to arrest and molest peaceful Occupy Wall Street protesters but before officers began kicking, stomping, elbowing in face and using pepper spray at the San Diego Civic Center, the Chief of Police says... "I'll-tell-ya-what, back in the 60's we'd-a-gone wading into that with sticks and clubs, uh huh yeah, that's exactly what would'a happen.....
Keywords: ows; San; Diego; Chief; Police; William; Lansdowne; San Diego; Occupy; #occupysd; #occupy wall street; police occupy; civic center; protest; demonstration; Cops; Demonstration (people); balboa; midway; coffee; mace; beat; abuse; assault; riot; peaceful
Downloads: 13
[audio]Soapbox Derby: NO CUTS to California Education (February 18, 2010) - Soapbox Derby KALX-FM
March 4, 2010 is the date decided on by representatives from K-12, UC's, CSU's, and CC's as the "Day of Action" to unify in the fight to save California's public education system. UC's and CSU's tend to get the coverage, while Community Colleges have been overlooked. Soapbox Derby talks with members of the "No Cuts to Education" coalition, out of Berkeley City College (BCC), about plans for March 4, and why this day is significant in the fight to save education in this prosperous state...
Keywords: soap; box; derby; soapbox; kalx; berkeley; information; radio; no cuts; education; california; march 4; berkeley city college; bcc; jen; wood; buddy; roark; todd; evans; dielly; diaz; rally; civic center; san francisco; lee; cressey; peralta; oakland; community; college; PACE; global studies
Downloads: 17
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 5, No. 10)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Performing Arts Center proposal for Civic Center; zoning law revisions; Hill Arts Center benefit; class for Spanish speaking developmentally disabled adults at Nabe; photo of John Ednoff as Sanat; holiday recipes; culture and sports news
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 2, No. 10)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Mental health advisory board; waterfront access; Feinstein, Alioto campaign on Hill; school boycott; Neighborhood House; school survey; theater reviews; local artists at Civic Center art fair; music workwhop for youth; sports; child care; food co-op
[audio]GCW Radio Podcast - Episode 80 - January 20, 2013 - Global Championship Wrestling
This is the Complete Broadcast Episode of Global Championship Wrestling's GCW Radio for Sunday January 20, 2013. "Who Says Winter Has To Be Cold?" The time is drawing near... January 26th is just a few days away.. and things are getting hotter by the day. We're getting geared up for a show that can, and will, have career changing ramifications. Join GCW Commissioner Eddie Layne and "The Voice of The Underground" Ted Guinness as they go over the complete lineup for our upcoming Live Event in Pell...
Keywords: GCW; GCWPro; GCWPro.Com; @GCWproWrestling; GCWProWrestling; Global; Championship; Wrestling; GCWRadio; GCWRadioPodcast; WrestlingRadio; SportsTalk; WrestlingPodcast; Podcast; Radio; Sports; Talk; Press; Release; SportsRadio; commentary; dialogue; Interview; editorial; BamaWrestling; AlabamaWrestling; ProWrestling; YahooWrestling; GoogleWrestling; @GCWProWrestling; @FastEddieLayne; @MicahTaylor01; @OHaganGCW; @RealJJTanner; @TedGuinness; @UndergroundSOPW; @AidenSolo; @IslandGirlTT; @DropKickStyles; @ShowTimeFox; GCW; G.C.W; GCWPro; GCWProWrestling; Global Championship Wrestling; ProWrestling; Rasslin; ProRasslin; alabamaWrestling; BamaWrestling; Alabama; Pell City; Civic Center
Downloads: 9
[audio]Friend Ships Radio Week51_04-15-08 - Friend Ships Radio
Friend Ships presents, James Bertrand Founder and Director of Just for Jesus. Addresses the Calcasieu School Board concerning equal access for student field trips and also some interviews of volunteers of the Totes of Hope program.
Keywords: Friend Ships; Don & Sondra Tipton; James Bertrand; Just for Jesus; JUST FOR JESUS; Calcasieu School Board; equal access for students; field trips; Civic Center of Lake Charles; Volunteers; TOTES of HOPE program; Totes for Hope; local volunteers; Church volunteers; Opportunities to serve in Lake Charles; LA; CALCASIEU; volunteer today
Downloads: 22
[audio]Lewis Baden 2012-11-11 Jamming with the night - Lewis Baden
Madman? Artist? Freak? Crazy Person? Nuisance? You make the call, A man walks down the street, It's a street in a foggy world, Maybe it's Frisco Beat? Maybe its a gentrified alley... A Lewnatic whistling and/or talking to himself might be considered crazy, sure, that is how our modern society would judge him. However, if he is not only whistling and talking to himself but he is additionally, singing, spouting out gibberish, commenting to himself on observances he deems unusual while simultaneous...
Keywords: Lewis Baden, Whistling, San Francisco, SF, SFCA, CA, California, Poet, Poem, Poetry, Spoken Word, Hip Hop, Hip-Hop, Live Music, Market, Market Street, Van Ness Avenue, Van Ness AV, Van Ness, Civic Center Plaza, United Nations Plaza, United Nations, Red Bricks, Spaghetti, Meat Balls
Downloads: 26
[audio]Soapbox Derby: March 4th Day of Action (March 4, 2010) - Soapbox Derby KALX-FM
March 4th Day of Action arrived with rallies and marches taking place in Berkeley, Oakland, San Francisco and throughout the state in solidarity with the struggle for public education here in California. Teachers, professors, workers, UC students, CSU students, Community College students, high school students, middle school students, parents, children, unions and adult educators unified to send a message to Sacramento...
Keywords: soap; box; derby; soapbox; kalx; berkeley; information; radio; no cuts; education; california; march 4; berkeley city college; bcc; jen; wood; civic center; san francisco; lee; cressey; peralta; oakland; community; college; rally; protest; freeway; closure; frank; ogawa; city; hall; sacramento; uc; csu; teachers; blanca; misse; luis; reyes
Downloads: 18
[texts]The Potrero View (Volume Vol. 5, No. 5)
The first issue of The Potrero View hit the streets August 1, 1970, “published monthly by The Potrero Hill Mob . . . in the hope that Potrero Hill might come together.” The View is San Francisco’s oldest continuously published neighborhood newspaper. Most early issues covered school sports, activities at the Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, the Recreation Center, and the Potrero Branch Library, as well as local news and city politics.
Keywords: Health clinic construction delayed; high-rent condos proposed for 20th and Carolina to be called Victoria Mews; Civic Center Performing Arts Center; Supervisors support plan for Wisconsin St. site; Hill weather by Michael Pechner; reader complaint about aircraft noise pollution; election recommendations; St. Teresa's School closing
Downloads: 1
[audio]NO HOLDS BARRED: Frank Shamrock, Renzo Gracie, Gary Shaw - Eddie Goldman
On this edition of NO HOLDS BARRED, host Eddie Goldman previews the debut of two mixed martial arts events. On Friday, January 19, the 2007 full debut season of the International Fight League (IFL) (http://ifl.tv) kicks off at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. (http://ifl.tv/event.aspx?id=4) There will be two team competitions. The San Jose Razorclaws, coached by Frank Shamrock, take on the debuting Nevada Lions, coached by Frank's brother, Ken Shamrock...
Keywords: No Holds Barred; Eddie Goldman; Ian Carpenter; Frank Shamrock; Renzo Gracie; Gary Shaw; Abu Dhabi; Abu Dhabi Combat Club; ADCC; USA Wrestling; FILA; World Fighting Alliance; WFA; International Fight League; IFL; Oracle Arena; Oakland; EliteXC; Pro Elite; DeSoto Civic Center; Southaven; Mississippi; UFC; Ultimate Fighting; Ultimate Fighting Championship; Zuffa; Pride; Pride Fighting Championships; K-1; Strikeforce; World Fighter; Professional Submission League; PSL; LASUBX; Jungle Fight Championship; Jungle Fight; boxing; wrestling; freestyle wrestling; Greco-Roman wrestling; women's wrestling; mixed martial arts; MMA; SEG; Semaphore Entertainment Group; eYada; TapouT Magazine; Tapout; Gladiator Magazine; HBO; Showtime; pay-per-view; sumo; jiu-jitsu; judo; grappling; submission; martial arts; fighting; media; yakuza; organized crime; Japan; Brazil; MySpace
Downloads: 426
[texts]Tenderloin Times (Volume Vol. 11, No. 4)
Tenderloin neighborhood monthly newspaper
Keywords: Mentone Hotel; 387 Ellis Street; Refugees Fear Reprisals; Latchkey Kids; Ask the People: What is the most beautiful aspect of your culture?; Editorial: New Immigrants; Harry Britt; TL Voters' Club; King Edward Apartments tenant revolt; 275 Turk Street; Central Aid Station to close; Nicaraguan Ambassador Nora Astorga; Civic Center Residence; 44 McAllister; Inshort: Seniors Alert; TL on Radio; 16th Street Hotel; George Dawson; Women's Day Parade; McDonald's Bookstore show; Eatin' the Loin: New China Restaurant; Calendar; U.S. Refugee Policy; Salvadoran Workers Strike Skateboard Factory; Hunters' Point Shipyard; 224 Haight; Laotian Tenants Win $150,000 for Illegal Eviction; Lao Refugees in Thailand; New Immigration Bill; Q&A About New Immigration Law; Carnaval in SF; Jack Kelly, Jr., obit; The Tenderside; Directory of Childcare and Afterschool Programs; Latino Youths on TL streets; Vietnamese school; Guatemalan Indian New Life in U.S; One Woman's Escape from Vietnam; Tenderloin Writers Workshop: Poetry & Prose; False Promises to Filipino Vets; Guide to Immigrant Services; Lao Mien urban garden in Mission
Downloads: 1
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 2)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Asian Art Museum; Move to civic center depends on Prop. B; Balboa St.: 31 Muni bus line; Lower Balboa comes to economic life; CATS; dangers of alcohol and women brief; Counseling Centers, Non-profit; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house ruled not historic; Dunbar, John (with Daniel Murphy); Give public notices to lowest bidder; Fang, Ted; Public Notices Should be Free; Fantasia Bakery; Cookie decorating free; Golden Gate Park; Puppy selling free; Health Center #5; Celebrates 25th anniversary; History; Lone Mtn. landslide (1935); Holloran, Pete (National Park Service); Presidio's fragile ecosystem needs TLC; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Jeanne Lynch, Joe Beeman, Courtyard, VA women's center, Dr. Feigenbaum; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Prop. M and N; Kilroy, Tony; A Wonderful Vote; Kolmar, Ginny; Wooden Charcoal; Kopp, Senator Quentin; Prop. rundown for Nov. 8 election; Lee, John M; Voters to decide fate of Prop. I; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Response to Jordan's col., signs are a visual blight, Prop. 183 by Sen. Marks, Patients Rights Advocacy Services, water conservation measures deadline; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Safeway shuts down, new tenant sought; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Classes forming brief; Patterson, George; Sworn in as new Small Business Commissioner; Perrigan, Dana; Violence takes a toll; Presidio Army Post/Park; Bicycle tour Quinby's; Futurekids free; Richmond Police (Station); Digitalis murder investigation; Richmond Police (Station); New bike patrols begin; Richmond ReView; Parking plans still unsettled; SF Bicycle Coalition; Presidio tour Shaw, Larry; Musician, feature
Downloads: 9
[movies]Newscast 1990 06 08 - LTC.org
Local News Show from the Greater Lowell Ma area.  Produced by the cable company, it ran for 20 or so years.
Keywords: Newscast 1990-06-08; NewsCenter 6; Lowell; Chelmsford; Tewksbury; Maria Dragon; John Rupolo; Bilingual Education Grant; Chet Atkins; U.S. Representative; Henry Mroz; Lowell School Superintendent; Lowell General sues State; Universal Healthcare Law services; Robert Donavan; 293 River Road Tewksbury; Joyce Kling; Shutz property; Jeanette Smith; North Street School Tewksbury; Alyssa Zonghetti; Mike Audette; Coming up Remembrance; Washington Savings Bank ad; North Chiropractic ad; WLLH; Paul Sullivan; Bob Ellis; Mark Sawyer; Pip Printing; BFI Chelmsford; Center Congregational Church; John R. Carson Memorial Park; Tewksbury Dewing School; Icecream Fundraising; Playground Groundbreaking; Dow Jones Report; Closing Quotes; Precious Metals; Coming up; Future Plans; Barry's Bake Best ad; Maaco ad; TCBY ad; James Drury; Chelmsford Chiropractic ad; Lowell Preservation Society; Rialto Theatre; Peter Aucella; L.H.P.C; Edson Hydro Plant; Congressman Chet Atkins; Maria Dragon; Week in Review; Police picketing; Civic Center Springfield; Nicols Pond Tewksbury; Chelmsford Trash Policy; Bill Spence; Lowell Superior Court; Veteran Murder Trial; Graduations; Richard Levasseur; Harrington School Chelmsford; Evelyn Desmaris Principal; Coming up Pets; Hancock Building Associates ad; K9 Walk Muscular Dystrophy ad; Harold Swartz ad; Lowell Colony Cable ad; John Rupolo; Pets Theraphy Program; Caroll Taylor; Lowell Humane Society; Angus Mcdonald; Anabelle Shea; Everett Britton; Maria Dragon; Weekend Weather Forecast; allergy Outlook; Pam Seavey; Roadwatch 6; ESPN baseball ad; Sunbeam ad; North Chiropractic Ad; Sylvan Street Grille ad; John Rupolo; Monday Night preview; Maria Dragon Cable Sports Update; Special Event; Major League Baseball; Graduation Ceremonies across Greater Lowell; Waddell & Reed ad; Washington Savings Bank ad; Hancock Building Associates ad; ESPN Baseball ad
Downloads: 1
[texts]Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 7, No. 3)
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Argonne Elementary School; Celebrates 75th anniversary; Assmann, David; Recycle during holidays; Better Health Foundation- Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; CATS; also; Celebration of Craftswomen; elves needed for fair; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; 3644 Anza house demolition delayed; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; City proposed splitting City in 2 with new controls plan; Elections; Fraud charges made in Fang BART race; Family Caregiver Alliance; volunteers needed brief; Fang, James; election fraud charges levied; Geary Blvd. Light Rail (BRT); Muni seeks input on proposed changes; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Creating holiday mood with banners brief; George Washington H.S. Eagles; Lose to Galileo in football playoffs free; Golden Gate Park; AIDS Memorial Grove 'healing circle,'; Golden Gate Park; Bras across the park free; Golden Gate Park; Protesters march to ban cars; History; Rowing Kelly's Pond free (1880s); Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Gene O'Connell, Ballet twins in Nutcracker, Tom Sweeny, Zaza, Temple Emanu-El; Jordan, Mayor Frank; Curfew law; Kolmar, Ginny; Village Pizzeria; Lee, John M; Sales of apartments; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR; Muni response to SORE letter; Lincoln Park Safeway (See Albertsons also); Developer hopes to renew plan, works w/mayor's office; M.H. de Young Memorial Museum; Plans future w/ increased space due to AAM moving to civic center; Neighborhood Emergency Response Team (NERT); Upcoming classes brief; Ocean Beach; Sewage overflows from record rains; Perrigan, Dana; If only I had a Harley; Presidio Army Post/Park; Letterman, UC break off talks for leasing; Public Health (Government) Service Hospital; Toxic cleanup plan revised; Richmond Police (Station); ATM safety brief; Richmond Police (Station); Crime rate dips 26% for year; Richmond Police (Station); Donated bears with Laurie Brophy free; Richmond Police (Station); Experts warn about increased fraud, forum; Richmond Police (Station); Police nab 3 in string of robberies; Richmond Police (Station); Three youths charged with youth's murder at Lincoln Park; Richmond Recreation Center (Sutro Annex site); Parking plan debated; Robert Louie Family Cancer Support Program; SF Fire Dept; Tips on Christmas tree safety; SF Jewish Community Center; Inexpensive lunches for seniors brief; SF Unified School District; School assigning boundary changes proposed; Teng, Mabel; Historic first election victory free; Town School; 8th Grade team wins ISAL championship; UCSF-Laurel Heights; City Science Program free; UCSF-Laurel Heights; Visually impaired forum brief; Who's Coming, Going; YMCA (Richmond); Middle school students winter camp sessions brief; Zecher, Rita; Writer, feature
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